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Investing is hot! So how can you get a piece of the pie?
During the pandemic, the number of new investors entering the market was so high that brokers could hardly cope with demand. And now, almost 1 and a half years into the pandemic, investing is more popular than ever.
Investing is how you take charge of your financial security and your financial freedom. It allows you to grow your wealth whilst also generating an additional income stream, if necessary, ahead of your retirement. Investments such as stocks, ETFs, bonds, or real estate will provide either growth or income, and in some cases, both. Even younger investors, the so-called Millennials, are investing more now than ever before.
Anyone can open an investing account and make a transaction, but having a strategy, understanding the instruments, and reading the market is something else entirely. Serious money needs a serious approach. This is what today´s event is all about; learn hands-on interesting new strategies from the experts.
Thursday 28-10-2021, 09:30
Presenter: Kaspar Huijsman
Kaspar worked for BinckBank for over 22 years. He launched the Spanish operation in 2006, initially to support Dutch expat investors in Spain – a service that subsequently expanded to include other expat residents and non-residents throughout the country. A seasoned expert in investing, he offers seminars throughout Spain and Portugal, explaining how the platform works and how to assess the risks associated with investments.
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